Maintenance Assistant II (Residential)

Employer
CIM Group
Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
Apr 21, 2017
Closes
May 26, 2017
Ref
MAINT01180
Hours
Full Time

CIM’s Property Management department is responsible for the asset management and operational services in office, multi-family residential, retail, mixed-use and hotel product types. Our properties are predominately located in the urban regions in Southern California, Northern California, Texas, New York City, Washington D.C., Charlotte, and Chicago.

POSITION PURPOSE: Under the direction of the Property Manager and/or Maintenance Supervisor, the Maintenance Assistant II is responsible for maintaining the buildings’ mechanical systems according to CIM Group operating and safety standards.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

• Ensure all tenant/building work orders are responded to within 24 hours, maintain a binder with tabs for each unit including ground floor and management office and print out each tenant work order.

• Meet each Monday to review the printed work orders and the following Friday to confirm status of completed work orders.

• Create a monthly maintenance calendar with the goal of inspecting all units on a quarterly basis and submitting an inspection report to the Property Manager on a monthly basis.

• Complete preventive maintenance work in house such as appliances or as may be directed by a member of the property management team.

• Coordinate repair and/or maintenance of the following items to the standards identified including but not limited to: - Doors: re-key, hang, paint and/or replace - Clean out appliance filters, check drain lines and pans; know how to operate all systems including high end appliances in order to assist residents as required. - Replace HVAC filters, wet vac condensation pans, verify thermostat settings and know how to operate the unit in order to assist residents as required. - Plumbing snake and clear blockages up to 25 feet - Replace electrical sockets, switches, light bulbs and check breakers. - Flooring reattach thresholds - Minor wall repair (drywall, mud, tape and paint) as required - Ceiling repair (drywall, mud, tape and paint) - Replace plumbing fixtures such as levers, faucets and drains - Repair or maintain the common area items to the standards identified including but not limited to: - Doors re-key, hang and adjust as required - Plumbing fix irrigation leaks as they occur - Lighting replace burnt out bulbs - Windows re-caulk as required - Access devices work with Property Manager to ensure all equipment is under contract and properly maintained. - Set up Fob or key card access updates with Property Manager to building and or parking structures. - Touch up painting of corridors or public entry ways as requested by Property Manager

• Identify appliances that need to be replaced and with the Property Manager’s approval, ensure all appliances are properly disposed of and removed from the building with appropriate approval.

• Maintain a maintenance office with tools organized, tools and supplies inventoried and neatly stacked or organized and maintain maintenance files as requested or required by the Property Manager. 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

• High school education required

• Previous experience working in apartment buildings’ maintenance

• Previous experienced with painting and drywall repairs, appliance maintenance and keying or replacing unit doors

• Must possess a valid state-issued driver’s license.

• EPA certification Type I and II (as required)